Politics is a indeed a touchy topic because each and every citizen is directly or indirectly concerned with it. But what media generally shows us and what the actual scenario is, are two completely different things. We are fickle minded people we easily get influenced by visuals then by facts. That is the reason we believe in everything the media shows us. This is the similar case with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. He may seem as Mr. perfect but he is definitely not one.
These four things will change and blow your mind on the same time:
Trudeau’s devastating environmental policies on the Alberta Tar Sands
Alberta, Canada, has a 50,000 square mile reservoir of heavy crude oil. Canada wants to dig and sell this reservoir. This selling would be a disaster for the environment. This would not only pollute the rivers but would make the air poisonous. This would end up in converting the green farmland into a wasteland.
For all his talk of peace, Canada’s arms dealings show no sign of slowing down
Under the rule of Trudeau, Canada is selling arms at a faster pace than it earlier use to. They have now become the second largest arm dealer in the Middle East, apart from supplying to Nigeria, the Philippines, Mexico, Thailand, Colombia, Peru, and Turkey.
His feminist claims don’t exactly hold merit
He has not done enough about Human Rights though, that he often talks about. He has not done anything about the abortion services in Canada, under his rule child care is still expensive and last but not the least there is such a little progress in Woman rights. Talking often about touchy topics and actually doing something for it are two widely different things.
His decisions have led to large-scale tribal displacement and health costs
image source: Scoop Woop
The tribal people living on rare ends of this country have started facing increased number of rare cancers and autoimmune diseases. Tar sands oil, or bitumen, have been remarked as the dirtiest fuels on earth and that is the reason heavy displacement of tribes can be seen.
Stop trusting what your media shows you because there is much more depth to what to are unable to see. Do enough research to trust what your media shows.